I like it. We'll see what real-world or EPA Range will be. And that's a competitive price, but I doubt it'll be that cheap once it lands here. The Ariya would be ~Au$20k less than a Model Y (I'll believe it when I see it).
IONITY chargers in Europe are CCS *only*, so for Nissan to launch the Ariya with 130 kW charging but no CCS support would have been a disaster for them. Similarly, ElectrifyAmerica/ElectrifyCanada sites are often 4 units, and one of them is Chademo/CCS, the other stalls being CCS only. Glad to see Nissan come to their senses here.